Why did this manager do so well? Well, she was always talking about how great she was, and how much everyone loved her and how deserving she was. None of the rest of us agreed, but what we thought didn’t matter because we weren’t the ones creating her reality-she was.
Now this doesn’t mean that good deeds are irrelevant.
For many of us, being kind to others and helping our fellow man helps us feel good and lifts our spirits. If you feel uplifted by helping others, helping others is a great idea-because it makes you feel good about you! Feeling good about you will definitely help you receive good things from the universe.
Spreading love and kindness are great ways to raise your vibration and make you feel good about who you are and what you are deserving of. So keep doing that, because it absolutely can help.
Just remember, though, that the most important thing is that you have positive expectations for yourself. Ultimately, your expectations are what dictate what you get and what’s held away from you. Without positive expectations for yourself, no amount of kindness, generosity or helpfulness will ever deliver you a positive reality.
What happens to you is ultimately an inside job. You don’t have to run around trying to prove how good you are or how deserving you are based on anyone else’s rules or expectations. What matters is how you feel about yourself and how you feel about the things you want.
So be as “good” as you need to be to feel good about yourself, and take measures to be as optimistic as possible about the things you want. Talk up your strengths, and speak about your desires as if you expect them to manifest in your life. This is how you create reality the way you wish it to be.
I hope this helps to answer the question “why do bad things happen to good people?” If you have any thoughts on this subject, please let me know below in the comments!
Written by Andrea Schulman
Originally appeared on RAISE YOUR VIBRATION TODAY
Published with author’s permission
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